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Tee Grizzley and Moneybagg Yo linked up on the song “Don’t Even Trip” back in early March. The rising rap stars hailing out of Detroit and Memphis respectively now return with a music video for their collaboration. With plenty of cash at their disposal, Tee Grizzley and Moneybagg Yo ball out and stunt hard in the flashy visual.

The record is off Grizzley’s Activated album due May 11. Appearing on Beats 1 radio on Tuesday (Apr. 17), Tee revealed Chris Brown, Jeezy, Rae Sremmurd, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Lil Yachty and YFN Lucci make guest appearances, with Chopsquad DJ, London On Da Track and HELLUVA coming with the production.

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Off last year’s Beach House 3, Ty Dolla $ign’s “Don’t Judge Me” was a standout and fan favorite off the singer’s sophomore LP. Ty $ now gives the Mike WiLL Made-It and 30 Roc produced gem an official video, co-starring Future and Swae Lee. Directed by David Camarena, watch the trio shine under the lights while highlighting L.A.’s diverse community.

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Noie J unloads the official music video for his buzzing single, “Hills.” The clip, directed by Michael Artis, finds the HTX native flanked by his comrades acting a fool throughout a mansion in the hills.

Check out the trippy visual after the jump and expect more music to drop from rising rap act soon.

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After delivering arguably one of the top 5 fingers of death freestyles ever on ‘Sway In The Morning’ a few weeks back, ANoyd delivers an encore with Power 106’s LA Leakers show. Following a call from Jus Incredible and DJ Sour Milk he stated: “I locked myself in the house for about a week and wrote this specifically for them”.

Check out the CT emcee’s re-work of Nas’s classic “If I Ruled The World” after the break.

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Logic draws inspiration from the 1999 film Office Space for his new music video, “Everyday.” The 10-minute visual is more of a short movie, where a frustrated Logic falls into a daydream. The journey turns the Maryland MC into a grey-haired, older version of himself who drops his 9-to-5 office job to enjoy life and rebel. Directed by Alan Ferguson, the video co-stars DJ/producer Marshmello, who becomes Logic’s partner-in-crime as they strip off their office clothes and run rampant from the basketball courts to the clubs. Off Logic’s Bobby Tarantino II project, watch below.

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Young Money Yawn links up with fellow Virginia native Alondo Jackson for the official video for “The Deep End,” a remix to Jay-Z and Beanie Sigel’s “Once Again It’s On.” The Viz Ink-directed visual finds the pair posted in Norfolk as they reflect and reminisce about growing up in Shark City.

Check out the clip below and expect his ‘Street Gospel 4’ project series to be released this Summer.

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Released late last year, Travis Scott and Quavo’s Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho project debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart. Since then the Migos frontman and G.O.O.D. Music rapper/producer haven’t done much aside form a Jimmy Kimmel Live! performance to support their joint album. Huncho and Jack now return with a visual for “Black & Chinese” off the album. Watch the black-and-white video directed by DAPS below.

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Yungeen Ace continues to shine and drops off his latest leak “Betrayed.” The visual showcases the Jacksonville native’s more vulnerable side as he sheds light on what it’s like to be double-crossed by someone you trust.

Check out the Papertrail Productions-directed clip after the jump.

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Since the start of the new year, Wiz Khalifa has been putting out a handful of songs and music videos in anticipation of his Rolling Papers 2 LP. A day after trading verses with Chevy Woods on their “Who Run It” freestyle, Khalifa drops a new track titled “Hunnid Bands.” The record comes with an accompanying visual, where the Taylor Gang general takes in sights and sounds of Brazil.

Watch the Tay Keith-directed “Hunnid Bands” below.

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Pac Div returns with their first album in six years, 1st Baptist. After 2012’s GMB, the trio of Mibbs, BeYoung and LIKE finally give fans their long-awaited new studio LP. The 10-track project is lead by the song “Stoked,” released late last month. DJ Dahi, Swiff D, Huss, Esta, James Rodgers and LIKE all contribute on the production side, with no additional guest features.

Stream the album and watch the music video for “Stoked” below.

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